Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2004) 14: 297–300 Springer 2005 Book review the First Edition do not throw it away when you Gary Wedemeyer (ed.), Fish Hatchery Manage- get a copy of the Second. And, as I said, if you are ment, Second Edition. 2001. a serious ﬁsh culturist, you should get a copy of the second. It does not have everything you need Starting with the bottom line, this book is worth to know for any particular ﬁsh, but it has a lot that the investment to put into the tool box of any you need to consider regardless of the species you serious ﬁsh culturist. After that, let’s get a sense of raise and the references for each section may the publisher’s perspective with an excerpt from the provide the speciﬁc information you require. advertisement on the American Fisheries Society’s So does it expand and update the First Edition? (AFA) web site (http://www.ﬁsheries.org): Not entirely, which is why you do not want to ‘‘This Second Edition expands and updates the throw the ﬁrst one away. The First Edition had six original Fish Hatchery Management, the pre- text sections: hatchery requirements (water quality eminent ﬁsh culture
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